Woodside Ferry Company's Iron Steam Boat the 'Nun', Built by Mr John Laird, as She Lay across Woodside Quay on the 12th January, 1842

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    Woodside Ferry Company's Iron Steam Boat the 'Nun', Built by Mr John Laird, as She Lay across Woodside Quay on the 12th January, 1842 by T. B. Horner (active 1842) is available to purchase framed or unframed in a variety of sizes. Our high quality frames are custom built in Derbyshire, UK by expert framers Heritage Digital. Images are printed to order on acid-free art papers using the latest digital technology. Purchases support collections and the Art UK charity.
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    Woodside Ferry Company's Iron Steam Boat the 'Nun', Built by Mr John Laird, as She Lay across Woodside Quay on the 12th January, 1842
    T. B. Horner (active 1842)
    Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust
    Image credit: Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust
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    Woodside Ferry Company's Iron Steam Boat the 'Nun', Built by Mr John Laird, as She Lay across Woodside Quay on the 12th January, 1842, 1842, lithograph on paper by T. B. Horner (active 1842)., Image credit:Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

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